About Walczuk Productions
From the Big Island with Love!
Whether you want a large or small wedding, we have a spectrum of beautiful locations here in Hawaii. Tropical beaches, lush gardens and rainforests, waterfalls, world class resorts and Volcanoes National Park to name a few.
We are husband and wife team working together with our favorite associates, our 'Ohana (family). We are growing together and learning from each other. The Big Island, the old Hawaii is our home sweet home. Some of our business partners include Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort and Spa in Kailua-Kona, Pictage, ABC News and the Big Island Visitors Bureau. Many thanks to our local brides and our destination wedding couples for allowing us to be part of your Big Life Event!
About the Family
Lee Michael Walczuk — Videographer
Lee Michael is a graduate of the UCLA film and television program and has a MFA in the Animation department. He worked and lived extensively in Europe where he met his wife. Since 2004 he joined the wedding videographers on the island of Maui and was active member in Maui Wedding Association. With his family he relocated to the Big Island to start his own business. He belongs to numerous local professional organizations including the Wedding & Event Videographers Association International. Lee Michael will record your special event in an expressive and cinemagraphic style.
Renata Walczuk — Photographer
Renata was born in Poland and educated in Fine Arts. The passion for film and still photography always ran in the family tradition. Her mother was awarded by the Polish Ministry as a second director in the country's film industry. Her father was a long time veteran of film and television camerawork and worked together with Oscar-winner director Andrzej Wajda. Today, Renata lives on the Big Island and is active member in Professional Photographers of America. Her passion is portrait in digital media. She will capture your unforgettable moments with artistic and photojournalistic style.
Miko Walczuk — Photographer
Miko has been shooting destination weddings since 2003. He started capturing weddings as an assistant on the island of Maui before moving to the Big Island and finally to Honolulu shooting professionally. He grew up in an artistic environment and has had a visual inclination since he was young. Miko takes photography as both a hobby and as a profession, understanding and controlling the light to make the perfect image. He uses the tropical backdrop to his advantage making sure that the final photographs capture the island's unique surroundings.